For adults

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy is a free program from Certified Public Accountants. Answer three questions, and they’ll create a plan personalized for your financial needs.

The U.S. Treasury Department posts its policy analysis on this Consumer Policy page. It links to sites about financial literacy,, small-business programs, and research.

Money Smart Week offers information about credit and debt, spending and saving, and financial advice for all life stages.

The nonprofit financial education group Smart About Money offers financial courses, tools, and resources to teach money management.

For teens and children


My Money offers games, activities, websites, video games, and information about money for kids and youths.

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Practical Money Skills compiles articles, news, games, even comics help teach financial literacy.

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Smart About Money offers targeted information for college- and technical school-bound students and their families.


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